Looking for a High-Quality Custom Fixed Blade Knife?  Today’s review is on the Mini Ditch OTWB/ neck Knife by P.H.L. Knives out of Pennsylvania.Check out @PHL_KNIVES! We now have two of these incredible handcrafted knives.  They are created by Rich the owner of P.H.L. Knives in Philadelphia, PA.  Utilizing 80CRV2 High-quality steel with a high HRC level around 59-60 we got a hard-on for this knife….  You know us we like

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 Love that Red Cup from your college days?  Check this out!  Today’s review is on the Wyld Gear Solo Cup inspired insulated tumbler by Wyld Gear.  We purchased the Red Cup version for its nostalgic feel.This is called The Wyld Cup™ Collection.  They come in 3 different oz selections 16 oz, 24 oz, and the big boy 32oz.  I can see this cup becoming widely used by colleges around the world

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 American Coffee Roasters eat your heart out?  Today’s review is on the Black Rifle Coffee Company’s AK Espresso & SS Silencer Smooth coffee.  We bought these with whole bean for a fresh grind and brew using the Aeropress.  We love a great cup of Mud here at ER LIFE.  The hunt for the best roasters is still on!   This review was based on the recommendation of IG @theusaflagstop.BRCC Mission statement:Black

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 Are you a First Responder or just a coffee lover?  Here at ER LIFE Coffee is just as important as life.  We have been on the hunt for some of the best coffee roasters in the industry.  This week we gave Component Coffee Lab a try.  We got the recommendation from a follower on Instagram two weeks ago.  We never heard of the company prior to the purchase.The first thing

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Looking for an Extreme Heavy Duty Trauma Shear for industrial use and or Healthcare?  Our ER LIFE ONE SHEAR is nothing short of amazing.  It was able to successfully cut 12g stranded copper wire with a thick Nylon coating on the outside. Today we were installing a Amp Millimeter on our CO2 Laser engraver.  This amp will allow us to dial in our power setting per various applications of materials. 

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Looking for some new colorway options in your favorite ER LIFE ONE SHEAR™ Now featuring Orange& Black Cool Gray & Orange Neon Green & Black Neon Pink Mint Green Coyote Light Tan Cool Gray Check out our site for all of your Extreme Heavy Duty Trauma Shear needs!   The ONE SHEAR You Will Ever Need!

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ONE SHEAR™ New Colorways Launched BUY NOW ER LIFE® Apparel & ONE SHEAR™ is glad to introduce our new colorways.  We have added multiple single color shears like the highly demanded orange, tan, and gray.  Also, our new color combinations support local sports teams, LEO, and firefighter/ paramedics.  We found that there is a large gap of shear colors in the industry, so we just filled it.  Now we have

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Are you tired of the same old trauma shear?  We have tried many over the years and we cannot explain how frustrating it is to do one day of cutting and the blades are dull.  This is most common with the cheap/ economical shears you can find around.  These are the ones that you toss in the trash easily and don’t really care as much losing.  Most of the lower

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Winter time is a great time to get away.  If you are in a inclement area; sometimes traveling is the best option.  Or maybe you are just looking to change up the scenery with a little bit more cash flow.  Here are some of the top destinations and why. TOP STATES TRAVELED Florida Arizona Texas California Colorado Oregon New Jersey New York Connecticut Massachusets Where to Travel & Why. Tampa,

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Racking In The Cash One of the most common questions we are asked is how much money can I make being a New Nurse? Currently, Indeed.com states $32 hr is the average for the USA (unknown experience level on this amount)South Florida $24-$28 hr Typical yearly  $50k – $65k is a fair estimate for a New Grad RN The Next question is, do Nurses make more money depending on the department

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Have you every worked Trauma?  If not  Trauma patients tend to walk in to even the lowest acuity Emergency Rooms (ER).  From shootings, painful accidents, drownings, and many other low-frequency high acuity scenarios these patients will show up when you least expect them.  Although these could be a high frequency occurance at Level 1 trauma Centers. Recently at a local hospital; there was a patient that suffered a chainsaw injury. 

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Alright, guys,  we have all seen it.  That patient comes into triage and says I got something stuck.  The triage Nurse reply is usually stuck where?  Followed by the patient whisper….. in my butthole.  This usually requires great hidden laughter and professionalism by the Nurse.  Only the most skilled can pull this one off. What happens when a person puts a foreign body in their rectum? The item becomes hard

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